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I use Docky in Gnome-Shell,

Hence I don't need the gnome-shell dock. Is there a way to disable (or at least hide) the gnome-shell dock?

I know I could set the width in whichever theme's CSS file I use to 0px, but that requires me to edit every theme I use.. every time it is updated (all my themes come from a PPA).

Perhaps there is an extension for this?

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Ah, found an extension that does exactly that:

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